Dressers. Monday , September 25th , 2017 - 18:52:47 PM
Along with a crib, your baby nursery furniture should include a baby dresser. Baby dressers provide a convenient way to store your babys tiny outfits and other nursery essentials. There are many styles and sizes of dressers available today to fit any nursery decor. Nursery dressers are usually meant to be used for a long time, from the time the child is an infant up to his or her teen years. For this reason, baby dressers that are made of strong wood are much preferred. In addition, dressers with adjustable shelves should be chosen to accommodate the childs growing needs.
Among the many styles of handmade wooden furniture that are still favored today is the Queen Anne style. The Queen Anne style of handmade wooden furniture was first made popular in America between 1720 to 1760 and can be distinguished from other styles by the signature cyma, or S-curve, that is seen in the feet of a dresser or chair, and may also be worked into other parts of a piece of furniture. These S-curves blend well with modern styles of decorating by softening the look of a heavy piece of furniture with the gentle curves.
Standard bedroom dressers are usually rectangular in shape and are not that tall. These pieces of furnitures height range from 2-4 feet in height. These are your usual bedroom dressers as they feature drawers and some occasional cabinets, depending on the deisn. These dressers are what are usually used to store small clothing articles and small items. Its top can also function as a place for small display items like vases, photo frames and small figurines. A standard bedroom dresser is usually placed in rooms that have little space as these pieces are not big and bulky. These dressers come in different designs and can be made from different kinds of wood. The usual combinations are oak and maple since these hardwoods are very durable and are good for keeping clothes. Artistic touches of these simple standard dressers are usually noticed with the knobs and the color and grain combination of the wood used in the dresser.
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